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their operations here in terms of increasing sales back in the united states. >> in beijing today mr. obama meets with chinese president tao. tensions may rise over economic issues. the u.s. is a huge market for china's cheap products. china has largely financed america's deficit, lending hundreds of billions to fund stimulus efforts here. president obama will spend two days in beijing, combating climate change and nuclear programs in iran and north korea top the agenda there. in washington, brook hart, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the parents of a student say their son is in serious physical danger whenever he attends school. not from violence or bully but from perfume. the 14-year-old student in question suffers from severe asthma, which his parents say is triggered by cologne, perfume and screnlted products. they're asking the school board to ban fragrances from school. the school board says they'll most likely consider the matter next month. that brings us to our "watercooler question of the day." should a school system enact a ban on colognes, perfumes and other scented products on school property be
at a military base in the united states. >> the congressman dutch ruppersberger was unaware when it happened. he was sequestered in the house intelligence committee hearing. he says there's still much to be learned before any lessons are possible, but he is especially concerned about where the tragedy took place. >> what is happening in iraq and afghanistan is difficult enough. when we lose men and women there on behalf of our country. but do have a military base where we should be secure, where we are training people to protect our country, to have an incident like this is disarming. >> someone who works in a major trauma center, we worry much about our ability to respond in that kind of situation. >> his doctor works at the university of maryland medical center shock trauma center. he said this type situation would be t mutto too much for sk trauma to handle. >> we would be able to split up the load between different hospitals year. >> dutch ruppersberger says personnel should expect tougher scrutiny and tighter security at local military bases here. >> authorities in cecil county looking for
that this was a courageous vote for many members of congress. now it falls on the united states senate to take the baton and bring this effort to the finish line on behalf of the american people. and i'm absolutely confident that they will. >> but that confidence may be lacking in the senate, and so are the votes. >> i think we have the 60 votes we need today to bring the vote to the floor. i don't believe we have the 60 votes to pass it. >> i will not allow this bill to come to a final vote. >> one main sticking point? concern over the public option. the senate plan contains an opt-out for states but many senators are against the government plan. >> the public option will destroy private health care. nobody in this health care in the insurance business could compete with a government-sponsored plan for the government rights, benefits, and politicians will never raise the premiums. it will be a death blow to private choice. >> senator graham also says that he believes the house bill is dead on arrival. still, senate aides insist leader reid hopes to get a health care bill done by the end of this year. i
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